As an internationally recognized behavior analyst, Dr. Kazemi is frequently sought after as a keynote speaker who inspires change and creative solutions. She has consulted on various international projects, such as in Norway and China. She has also led large-scale efforts as a Chief Science Officer in standard development, evaluation methodology, measurement science, outcome assessment, and value-based care at an accreditation organization. She is the founder of a successful self-supported graduate program in behavior analysis at CSUN, where she is tenured as a professor of psychology. As an entrepreneur, she is now the owner of her own company and provides executive coaching, innovation advisement, and training.
She is the leading author of “Fieldwork and Supervision for Behavior Analysts,” currently recognized as one of the primary sources for supervision training in the field of ABA. She has also published numerous peer-reviewed publications on training, turnover, conflict management, and leveraging advanced computer technology (e.g., A.I., V.R., and robotics) for simulation-based learning. She has been a principal investigator on large national multidisciplinary research grants (e.g., with FEMA and NASA) focusing on effective training and measuring outcomes. Her efforts have been recognized through several awards, such as the Best Mentor Award and the Outstanding Service to the Community Award.